Terror in Paris: More victims named
Published 17/11/2015 | 02:30
Three days after the attacks in Paris, more names of the victims have been revealed to the world.
Confirmed among the dead yesterday was Ludovic Boumbas (40), from France, who died after he heroically threw himself in front of one of the gunmen, taking a hail of fire and saving a woman who was standing behind. She remains in a serious condition in hospital.
Mariana Lacramioara Pop and Ciprian Calciu, both Romanian nationals, were celebrating a birthday party at the Belle Equipe bistro when the terrorist attacked. They had an 18-month-old child.
Architect and teacher Amine Ibnolmobarak is reported to have died in the shooting at Le Carillon bar. He worked at the ENSA Paris-Malaquais Architecture School and was a newlywed. It's understood his wife is injured and in hospital.
Chloe Boissinot (25), from France, was with her boyfriend having dinner at Le Petit Cambodge when the gunmen opened fire.
French national Yannick Minvielle from Chalon-sur-Saone, was killed at the Bataclan concert.
Fabian Stech (51) originally from Berlin, had lived in France since 1994, died in the attacks also. He had two children.
Hugo Sarrade "played the guitar and loved rock music" according to his father Stephane. Hugo was killed at the Bataclan concert venue. He was studying at a university in Montpellier and was in Paris for the weekend.
Kheir-Eddine Sahbi, (29) an Algerian national, has been confirmed dead by the country's foreign ministry. He was a violinist.
Marie Mosser, a French marketing manager who worked with Universal, died at the Eagles of Death Metal concert.
Manuel Dias (63), from Portugal, was one of those to lose their lives in the explosions near the Stade de France. He was a driver and had just dropped off three passengers going to the game.
Musician Romain Dunay (28) from France was killed at the Bataclan. One friend posted online: "You are immortal".
Quentin Boulanger (29), from France, died at the Bataclan.
Friends Pierre Innocenti (40) and Stephane Albertini died together at the Bataclan venue.
Mother-of-two Claire Camax (35) was killed in the attacks at the Bataclan. She has been described as "exuberant".
Alban Denuit (32) taught at Bordeaux Montaigne University. He too died in the Bataclan massacre.
Thomas Duperron (30), from France, is reported to have worked as a communications manager for another concert venue. He was among the 89 killed at the Bataclan.
Matthieu Giroud (39) was visiting Paris from the village of Jarrie, when he died. He had a young son.
Christophe Lellouche (33) has been remembered in the UK as he was an Everton supporter and was heavily involved in the French Toffees fan club. He died at the Bataclan.